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    Autonomy and its Vulnerability: Ricoeur’s View on Justice as a Contribution to Care Ethics.Theo L. Hettema - 2014 - Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy 17 (4):493-498.
    We examine an article of Paul Ricoeur on autonomy and vulnerability. Ricoeur presents the two notions in the field of justice as intricately woven into each other. He analyzes their interdependence on three levels of human agency. Ricoeur’s exposition has a focus on judicial judgment. After presenting Ricoeur’s argument and an analysis of his main points, the author argues that Ricoeur’s reflection lines up with some essential intentions of care ethics. Ricoeur’s contribution to care ethics is given in a delicate (...)
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    When the Thin Small Voice Whispers: Richard Kearney’s Anatheism and the Postsecular Discernment of Spirits.Theo L. Hettema - 2015 - International Journal of Philosophy and Theology 76 (2):149-162.
    What meaning does the theological notion of discernment have in a postsecular cultural condition? Three levels of the meaning of postsecular are distinguished: first, the ‘postsecular’, as a notion that characterises a cultural condition, mainly in Western society, full of diverse religious expressions; second, ‘postsecularity’, as a reflective model for interpreting religious expressions and behaviour; and third, ‘postsecularism’, as a cultural-philosophical or theological programme. After elucidating the concept of the postsecular, we consider some key elements in discernment, investigating the subject, (...)
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    Ricoeur en de bijbelse hermeneutiek: Werkwoorden Van geloven.Theo L. Hettema - 2007 - Bijdragen 68 (3):298-317.
    The author presents Ricoeur as a philosopher who advocates a sharp distinction between philosophy and theology. Yet, Ricoeur’s oeuvre testifies of a deep interest into Biblical hermeneutics. The author argues how the distinction between philosophy and theology runs through the whole of Ricoeur’s work, together with his interest in Biblical hermeneutics. What Ricoeur has said on Biblical hermeneutics can only be understood from a broad view of his philosophical themes. The actual approach of Ricoeur in matters of Bible and theology (...)
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  4. Reading for Good: Narrative Theology and Ethics in the Joseph Story From the Perspective of Ricoeur's Hermeneutics.Theo L. Hettema - 1996 - Kok Pharos.
  5. Paul Ricoeur: Poetics and Religion.Jozef Verheyden, Theo L. Hettema & Pieter Vandecasteele (eds.) - 2011 - Uitgeverij Peeters.
     
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